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All right my friends Q&A got a question from Dave on my email hey Josh bought your book tax bomb and have a quick question on your example on page 40 with Dan and Sarah he says if their social security is 70 K their provisional income it's 35 K which is taxable according to the table on page 18 it won't be much 50% of 3 K but it's not tax free and he says there's something I'm missing from your analysis I get this question a lot a lot about how Social Security's taxed and I want to dive into that real quickly because it's actually quite simple once it figured out now let's use email use green so let's dive right into this here my friend so welcome to heritage wealth planning YouTube channel the place you come to learn all about Social Security taxation once you figure this out it's actually simple but trust me when I got this I'm a nice guy I'm telling you it's it's hard to remember how this works once you understand II get it but you still find yourself going back and forth then you realize oh yeah I forgot so let's let's draw it out so in this case we got who do I got my book we've got Dan and Sarah and they had their only Inc of a 70k from Social Security alright so we can say it doesn't really matter in this case who gets what it's just seventy can I probably should draw a little bit poorer a little bit cleaner it doesn't matter who gets what is 70 K can be ten for Dana 60 for Sarah could be it doesn't matter 70 okay Social Security alright so remember when they do provisional income we take all of our income and add it to half of Social Security all of the income which includes taxes and interest in this case we're just K they got nothing but Social Security oh by the way do you know let's just say Dan and Sarah we're only spending this become interesting let's say Dan and Sarah were only spending 50k you're in income do you know what the probability of success would show on e monte-carlo zero because they ran out of money well did they run out of money no they didn't they have money left over now it depends if you're reinvesting that 20 care never matter they got enough from Social Security to pay their bills but the Monte Carlo would show you that they don't have a 0% probability of success so before you get too tied to the Monte Carlo remember the probability of success is if you have liquid net worth you can literally have a million dollars a year in annuities paying you income and only spending a hundred thousand dollars a year and your Monte Carlo would say zero now again if you're reinvesting it it won't say.

FAQ

How long does it take to get a refund of wrongly withheld Social Security taxes and Medicare taxes from IRS after the filing of form 843?
I have seen it take up to 2 years to get a refund processed, but you can contact the IRS to check on the status.  I would not start at the taxpayer advocate office as they will not help you until you have tried the normal IRS channels first. Start with Contact Your Local IRS Office
I had filed form 843 for refund of wrongly withheld Social Security taxes and Medicare taxes about 6 months back. I just realised that I mistakenly filled the wrong address in the column "Name and address shown on return if different from above". What should I do? Is that causing a delay in my refund?
You might want to contact them with a follow up letter, but, that isn't delay...843's can take quite a long time to get processed...I have some take 18 months.
What percentage of money paid into Social Security is immediately sent out to recipients as opposed to being put into the trust fund?
It will vary year to year.  Since 2021. the system has collected less in tax revenue than it has distributed in benefits.  It is projected to get worse over time.  Today the system as a whole is cashflow positive because of interest from the Trust Fund.  In 2 -4 years the system as a whole will start losing money. The Trust Fund was build from 1983 to 2009.  If you want to see a report from SSA on historic cashflows just let me know.
If US unemployment is at a near record low and many tech jobs pay $100,000+ right out of college, shouldn’t Social Security tax (FICA) income be at a high? How can Social Security be forced to use reserves with all those incomes to tax?
Revenue is at a high. Expense is at a high - and growing at a faster pace.Today - and forever more - Social Security is expected to generate expenses that exceed its revenue. Beyond its FICA tax revenue, the program collects interest and general fund subsidies that you haven’t factored in. Again, expense is overwhelming all forms of revenue.The problem has to do with the structure of Social Security. Every dollar in creates future dollars out. For many decades, Social Security took in a dollar and created $4 of obligations and more, essentially selling dollars for quarters. There is nothing that you can do to make a dollar for quarter business work.The best thing you can do to control Social Security is pay attention to the issue and tell your family and friends to pay attention as well.
Who can figure out (mathematically) how sure you should be of an answer (expressed as a certain percentage) to fill it in on a test with guess correction vs. leaving the question blank?
See my answer to How can I apply statistics to solve multiple choices? How can I understand when it is a convenient answer or not?.
What can be done to avoid the deduction of TDS from your salary? How do you fill out the returns?
An employer deducts TDS on salary at average rate according to applicable tax slab.An employer will have to deduct TDS, if you have a liability towards income taxes. (This is calculated on the basis of your income & after considering any deductions & exemptions that you are eligible for). So just to ensure that TDS don't get deducted in excess, you should declare all your tax saving investment to your employer.To conclude: If after considering all the eligible deduction & exemption, if you still have a liability towards, you cannot avoid TDS by employer.TDS is just a collection of taxes by your employer on your behalf, even if the employer does not do so, you will still have to pay your due income tax at the time of filing ITR. If TDS is over deducted, you can always claim a refund.Trust this clarifies your queryHappy reading?
How can a person be responsible with $1000/week check from working? What percentages should you save of that check towards your monthly finances?
I’d recommend focusing less on percentages and more on forming a savings habit.My company Swish has helped thousands of people develop positive financial habits. Here’s what we’ve found works:1. Know Your Free-to-Spend NumberFirst, take your post-tax salary number. If you’re making $1000 per week, let’s say you make $2800 per month after taxes.Then subtract your monthly bills—things like rent, cable/internet, and phone, let’s call this $800.Then subtract the amount you want to save every month. Let’s say that’s $1000.The remaining amount—$1,000 in this case—is the amount you have free to spend on discretionary items this month.Divide that by the days in the month, and you’ve got a free-to-spend number for each day. Things get so much simpler when you know you can spend $33 dollars today.2. Track Your SpendingYour goal is to spend no more than your free-to-spend number above. To do that, you need to know how much you’re spending day in and day out.You can do this by adding up your transactions from your bank accounts and credit cards every day in a spreadsheet.If you want something more automated and live in the US, my company Swish makes a free app that calculates all this for you.3. Eliminate Waste to Increase Your SavingsFinally, you should cut out unnecessary expenses.This is normally the thing people tell you to do first, but honestly I think that’s totally backwards. If you try to live like a monk, you’ll never stick to your budget.But once you know how much you can spend each day, it’s way easier to decide if buying something is actually worth it to you.Will these shoes really make me happy? Do I really need that extra drink?If yes, buy it? If no, save the money.Once you’ve done this for a month or two, then start worrying about increasing the percentage.You’ll have a starting point and you can start increasing it.